Albert Einstein In Plain and Simple English: BookCaps Study Guide
Okay, so most of us have heard of the theory of relativity; and some readers might even own a t-shirt with E=MC2 on it. But knowing the name and understanding the concepts is two different things!
If you want to understand Einstein's most notable ideas, but just don't have the scientific understanding to fully grasp the concepts, then let us help.
The "Plain and Simple English" series is part of BookCapsTM growing library of book and history recaps.
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